Stretch & GO is our 1:1 Assisted stretch treatment that involves the assistance of a trained therapist to help an individual achieve improved flexibility, range of motion, and overall mobility through targeted stretching exercises. These treatments are often performed by manual therapists or other fitness and healthcare professionals. The goal is to enhance flexibility, reduce muscle tension, and promote better joint function.

Assisted stretching can benefit people of all ages, lifestyles, and fitness levels. We also offer Stretch & GO Plus which is very similar, the only difference is that this treatment includes 30 minutes of massage before the stretching starts.

 

Here are some reasons why assisted stretching can be beneficial for a diverse range of individuals:

 

  • Improved Flexibility and Range of Motion: Regardless of age or activity level, everyone can experience improvements in flexibility through regular stretching. Assisted stretching can be particularly helpful for those who may have limitations or difficulty achieving certain stretches on their own.

 

  • Reduced Muscle Tension and Pain: People with sedentary lifestyles, as well as those who engage in regular physical activity, can experience muscle tightness and discomfort. Assisted stretching can help alleviate muscle tension, reduce pain, and improve overall comfort.

 

  • Enhanced Athletic Performance: Athletes and fitness enthusiasts can use assisted stretching to complement their training routines. It can contribute to increased joint flexibility, muscle pliability, and overall mobility, which are crucial for optimal athletic performance.

 

  • Prevention of Injuries: Assisted stretching can be part of a proactive strategy to prevent injuries by promoting better joint function, muscle balance, and overall body awareness. This is valuable for people of all ages, from the young to the elderly.

 

  • Posture Improvement: Individuals with desk-based jobs or sedentary lifestyles can benefit from assisted stretching to counteract the negative effects of prolonged sitting. Stretching can help improve posture.